Mobility, or lack of mobility for that matter, impacts every facet of
our lives. Now, and more importantly in the future, road conditions
will affect our ability to effectively work and live throughout our
area. The ability to move people and goods is essential to improving
quality of life. To continue the quality of life that is available
now, congestion must be managed.
A unified transit system is being developed in the area. The system will be a combination of many types of elements - cars, buses, rail, planes, bikes - and must be seamless.
Two major Northeast Tarrant County projects were scheduled for completion in 2014. The DFW Connector was completed in the spring. The $1.02 billion project improved mobility for seven highways. Heading for a fall completion, the North Tarrant Express -- a $2.5 billion project -- impacts North Loop 820 and State Highway 183, the major east-west thoroughfare through Northeast Tarrant County.
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